The Channel Island Lottery Checker tool built by Jersey based IT Company SystemLabs, was used to check 54,041 numbers prior to the draw and now has over 100,000 numbers saved and the numbers continue to grow.
The web app was built by the technology company to provide Islanders who played the lottery with an easy way to check their numbers. Released a week before the draw, users from across the Islands saved their numbers steadily. The final day before the draw saw a huge surge in use, with over 20,000 numbers added in the last 24 hours before the draw and nearly 50,000 more since the close of the draw.
Anyone wishing to check their tickets still can by visiting lotterychecker.je
Users were able to set up an account and save all of their numbers within the web app. They were then notified if they had won by email or by logging into the site. Anyone wishing to create an account and save their numbers still can and will be instantly notified of any prizes they have won.
The tool, which is free to use, was built by SystemLabs as way to make life a little easier for Islanders.
Steve Quinn, the Chief Product Officer at SystemLabs said: “As a team of creative people we’re always coming up with ideas for our clients. When this idea came up we knew it was an opportunity for us to give back to fellow Islanders. It was great that so many people used it. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive from all of our users and we’re so happy we were able to use our skills to provide this site for our others to use.”